Lost your mojo? Can’t seem to break through your training or racing plateau? Try these tips from USA Track & Field certified running coach Jason Fitzgerald!
Proprioception is a fancy way of saying: how your body feels in space. Here are three things you can do to work on that awareness, strength and flexibility.
Recently, I got the shocking news that a young family member of mine had died at the last mile of a half marathon. Now, thousands are honoring his life.
Can you have a happy, healthy running career even if you’ve never run a lap before? I think so! Here are my tips.
(#AD) I’m thrilled to be working with Grokker.com and FitFluential to review an amazing new website that offers FREE yoga, cooking and wellness videos. It’s a big hit with my 2-year-old (and her mama’s pretty impressed as well).
It’s been years of struggle, but I finally have the handstand in my yoga practice. Plus, the mats that helped me succeed.
It was the hilliest and most beautiful half marathon I’ve ever done (and wait until you see the post-race brunch). Plus, a review of the SunTaker products and some updates on other up/down/up/down moments I’ve recently experienced.
(#AD) This is a mixed review of the Les Mills GRIT workouts, as I experienced them in a special event at the IDEA World conference. Please read all the way through.
New to swimming? Looking to get back in the pool after a break? Here are a couple of workouts that will have you building muscle and confidence.
For my five previous 13.1-mile races, I’ve followed training plans, with high mileage, speedwork and interval runs. This time? None of the above. Yikes.